8 Must-Have Hair Tools Under $10

Achieving a good hairstyle doesn’t have to be synonymous with shelling out a ton of money, as these eight less-than-$10 picks prove. 

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The Diane by Fromm Oil Detangler Comb ($3)

Infused with hydrating minerals found in almonds and avocados, including vitamin E and omega-3, this easy-to-pack-in-your-purse comb gives a quick pick-me-up to parched strands. 

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The Beachwaver Co. The Wrap Up ($10)

It’s coined “the secret to the perfect bun,” but this tiny foam-and-wire contraption can create so much more, including overnight waves, topknots, chignons, French twists and faux bobs. 

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Invisibobble Original ($8)

These telephone cord–looking hair ties make the perfect, pain-free pony tail each and every time, minus any indentations when you take it down. 

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EVA NYC Purse Perfect Hair Towelettes ($15)

Technically, these towelettes hit above the $10 mark, but when you consider there are 10 glossing, smoothing, frizz-fighting wipes in a pack, that comes out to $1.50 for some major midday hair refreshing.

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Scünci Mixed Metals Collection ($9)

From barrettes and printed elastics to knotted ponytailers and faux-leather headwraps, scünci’s 2017 collection promises to take your everyday hair game “to the next level.” Sure, they’re accessories, but they also seamlessly create styles that look like you spent hours getting it just right. 

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Infiniti PRO by Conair The Ultimate Root Booster Large Round Brush ($10)

The vented barrel of this root-boosting brush not only cuts dry time way back, but it also creates that believable blowout look, complete with serious bounce, body and volume.

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Revlon Perfect Style Thick and Curly Combs (two for $5)

These long-curved tooth combs are designed to detangle hair and add some lift at the roots, while keeping curls beautifully bouncy. 

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Hot Tools Foam Rollers ($3)

They may be old-school, but they still work for waking up to your-hair-only-better curls and waves.

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